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APT prides itself on the feedback we receive about our courses. Below is just some of the great written feedback the Debriefing Survivors of Major Incidents course has received.
"As always, the APT model, evidence-base, and resources provided were of a great and high quality. Thank you APT."
Faye Voker, Senior Applied Psychologist
"This was one of the best CPD experiences that I’ve had."
Lester Goode, Head of Staff Support Service
"The training was interesting and extremely relevant. I am excited to think about how we can take this forward as an organisation."
Yajinah Bheenick, Senior Clinical Psychologist
"I found the subject interesting and will be able to use what I have learned to improve my practice immediately."
"The content of the course had a natural flow to it to be able to build the skills that are required to facilitate debriefing. Really enjoyed the course, worthwhile and needed."
"The course was well presented and carefully thought out. It served as a useful revision of skills and provided a framework to work within ... overall an enjoyable training course which can be applied in practice."
Caren Maidment, Practice Educator/Team Leader
"Excellent training really well delivered. Slides were excellent - really like the way APT training gives you workbooks with lots of info o the slides so that when you revisit in the future it makes sense without additional notes."
Dr Fairuz Awenat, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
"Really excellent course, thought provoking and informative. Well structured, responsive to needs of group and pitch of group. Would highly recommend."
Karen Martin-Rodriguez, Therapy Services Manager
"The tutor successfully completed the almost unheard of task of providing excellent, informative training to a group of very tricky psychologists! He was interesting, knowledgeable and greatly added to our understanding. He represented APT very, very well and he has increased my likelihood of using APT again."
Joyce Fullarton, Principal Psychologist
"The course was enjoyable, interesting, relevant and well pitched both in terms of content and pace. The presenter had a clear understanding of our role and the ways in which we support others which meant that examples were relevant. Activities were useful and meaningful. Thank you very much! I look forward to my next APT course!"
Sarah Jamieson, Educational Psychologist
"Excellent course, met my expectations. I found it very interesting. Good tutor. As a result of this I'm positive it will be very helpful to me in the future."
James Newlands, Clinical Team Leader
"Tutor was excellent. The best course I have been on in years. I feel empowered to make a change."
Karen Churcher, Unit Manager
"Thank you very much for making this course interesting and fun, I have really enjoyed the 3 days and feel it will benefit me as a professional and will help me deal with stressful situations better. I feel confident in putting these techniques into practice. A great teacher, thank you again."
Bex Eager, Senior Staff Nurse
"I really enjoyed the course. The information was clearly explained and there was time to practice and really learn from the points raised."
Sarah Nundy, Head of Social Work
"I really enjoyed the course. Very informative and well presented."
Sue Griffiths, Social Worker
"I really enjoyed the course. It was well run and taught me a lot of information. The pace of the course was good so I didn't feel too rushed and had time to absorb the course content."
"William was engaging and imparted a lot of useful knowledge and practical skills. I feel I have learnt a lot and look forward to transferring the knowledge and skills to my practice. A very big thank you as the course has given me food for thought."
Amy Horstead, Forensic Psychologist in training
"Good and informative and will be useful within the ward environment."
Kirstie Gilbey, Staff Nurse
"Thank you for the course, it was really interesting and I feel that I have learnt a lot of very practical skills that will help me in my current role but also across out hospital to hopefully increase morale and decrease incidents. I found the group discussions the most helpful as it helped to be able to verbalise and validate our feelings and thoughts. Again, I want to thank you for all the help and support we have received."
Catherine Taylor, Deputy Clinical Team Leader
"I have really enjoyed the course and found it helpful and applicable to my job."
"I found this course to be very informative and useful for the area of my professional practice that I would like to develop. This course was well presented and enjoyable to attend. There was the right mixture of theory, formal teaching and practical sessions."
Michelle Thomas, Forensic Psychologist
"Very well run course and lovely presenter with very warm style. Very relevant work and great to get practice."
Amanda Tidman, Assistant Psychologist
"I found the course very beneficial to all aspects of my work. The presentation was excellent. I have taken away lots of relevant things that I definitely will be trying to use in my workplace."
Jacqueline McAnulty, CPN
A 3-day course. (2-day version also available.)
It is difficult to know what to do after a major incident, but 'nothing' is rarely the best option.
Major incidents such as patient-suicide, assaults, severe self harm, hostage takings etc can be very stressful for the staff concerned. Through lecture, case study and role play, this course examines how best to respond to such situations to minimise the stress; when it's best to say little or nothing, when to get a group of staff together, what to say, what procedures to follow, etc. It provides very clear guidelines in an often confused and difficult area.
We continuously monitor the quality of our training by obtaining feedback on the two key scales of relevance and presentation from every course delegate. Below are the average ratings for the last ten runnings of this course.
Average Presentation rating: 87%
Average Relevance rating: 88%
*These statistics were last updated in April 2017.